Jordan Sixty Club – White – Gym Red – Black

October 11, 2012 BY

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A single player scoring sixty or more points in an NBA game has happened sixty-two times, but just twenty players account for all of those outbursts.  Wilt Chamberlain is responsible for an insane thirty-two of those 60+ games, but you have to remember we’re talking about a league that at the time of ‘The Stilt’s legendary 100 point game, wasn’t even recording most of their tips.  The game changed radically into the ’70s and ’80s and only Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan have managed five such on-fire nights over the past forty-plus years.  MJ’s 63 against the Celtics in ’86 remains the all-time playoff mark, so Jordan Brand revisits the theme and early AJ Legacy aesthetics that made their Sixty-Plus a successful hybrid release.  The Jordan Classic Sixty Club welcomes its first member in a Bulls ‘home’ colorup, and you can see this first release in greater detail below before buying from JB retailers like Eastbay.

Jordan Sixty Club
White/Gym Red-Black
535790-101
$115


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